What is the main point of view in Romeo and Juliet's adventure?
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An interesting question. Since it is a play, the main point of view is an objective one: we see all events from the outside, as if we were observing them. If you translated this to the way points of view are described for fiction, that would be third person limited, since we can't see inside the characters' minds.
The main point of view in Remeo & Juliet is wiritten in third person.
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